>I, on a lark, let him melt crayon and paint. He seemed to like that.
>Now I don't know how to get a project out of it tomorrow.
>Anyone do any melted crayon???
I have done encaustic with the kids before. Thay just used q-tips dipped in
and "painted" on to tag board. One word of caution- it does not want to come
out of clothes, if it gets on. Good luck!
>===== Original Message From robin phillips <firstname.lastname@example.org> =====
>I do reference Oldenburg and von Bruggen quite a bit with my 5th and 6th
>graders. What video are you referring to? Do you remember where you
>purchased it? Thanks for the info
>Robin in PA
>>Claes Oldenburg is a great artist to use as a tie in for this lesson. I
>>video that shows his "Store" exhibit in which he displayed the "food" he
>>in glass display cases for people to purchase. Just a thought!